Yass Police are continuing to urge witnesses to Sunday’s letterbox bombings to come forward.
The impact of one of the explosions blew a portion of a cast iron mailbox through a bedroom window at the premises and through the opposite plasterboard internal wall.
No one was in the bedroom at the time.
Police said at about 2.18am on Sunday a resident of the Demestre Street home was awoken by a loud explosion near the front of the house. The owner found their mailbox had been destroyed and debris had been strewn into the street and home. The mailbox had been built into a brick wall near the driveway at the front of the premises. The remainder of the wall suffered significant damage.
A piece of debris was later found on the roof of a vehicle parked outside a home further along Demestre Street on the opposite side of the road.
At 9.10pm that night another home owner in Hovell Street heard a loud explosion at the front of the premises, and then saw a vehicle drive off in a northerly direction on Coolalie Road.
The resident found their mailbox had been blown up, and the explosion was strong enough to dislodge and break sections of the stone fence, totally destroying the letterbox.
Police do not yet know what type of explosive was used.
They have requested anyone who may have witnessed the incidents or any suspicious behaviour in the area at these times to contact Yass Police or Crime Stoppers.
“This type of criminal behaviour could have easily resulted in a fatal injury had someone been in the path of the explosion at the time,” police said.
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